Next year I hope to make some fairly major alterations to my home. As part of this I think I may be able to devote one of the new rooms to being a dedicated home theatre. In the meantime I'm thinking about buying a cheapish projector to see how I and the family get on with it. If I do go the new room route, I'd then sell it and get a better one. I'd appreciate your advice/opinion. Having read a number of comments on this forum about the Panasonic PT AE200 I thought that this would be a good starting point. To fit in with how we've got the house arranged currently, I'd have to set the projector up in a less than perfect spot though: a projection distance of about 12' onto a matt white painted wall. Seating is about 10' from the wall. I may need to use some keystone correction. Source will be almost exclusively DVD with very occasional Sky. Not sure about connection from DVD to projector. What is the length limit for component or S-Video cable? I'd really appreciate some views here. Will the wall give a poor result? Will using keystone degrade the image? Are the distances too cramped? Would I be better off spending another £300 and getting the AE300 (better contrast/resolution/keystone)? What I'm worried about is that I'll be disappointed with the result and that I should just save my money until I get the new room and can fit it out properly. What do you think?